If you enjoy easy-living in a home with incredible architecture, this Baltimore penthouse is for you!
Nestled just minutes away from the Baltimore Museum of Art, this 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath penthouse features gorgeous architecture, with wood floors, plaster ceilings, and pillars in the center of the living room. The price isn’t that bad either, coming in at a whopping $2,885,800.
What makes this place even more unique is the location — the penthouse is located in the historic 1927 Warrington building (3908 N. Charles St. Unit 1303, in Baltimore), making it an art piece of its own. Just customize the place to your liking, and you’ll have your dream home!
Take a look inside:
The kitchen features granite counter tops, a gas stove (the best kind), and open cabinets and fridge — which makes looking for things much easier. The unlimited counter space makes cooking a breeze because you won’t have to fight for the space to chop up the ingredients.
The architecture of the domed wall is just magnificent; it really opens up the room. I would eat all of my meals in this dining room with it looking like that — you would feel like you are eating out for lunch every day!
The custom herringbone cherry wood floors and overhead lights really amp up the architecture style. This is the perfect place to make a duel living room!
You can always feel like you are living in a luxurious hotel with this place! The bathrooms provide a cozy feel that would make your showering experience great!
A marble shower? Yes, please!
The large master bedroom resembles a hotel room that you never want to leave. I could sleep soundly in this room every night.
The view from this beautifully designed balcony is stunning! I can see Sunday brunches with the girls or family dinners out here — the perfect place to have a meal.
**All photos courtesy of zillow.com
For more information on this lovely penthouse, view the full listing here.
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